"I didn't want to disturb it too much but I got somewhat close enough to get a picture," Minler said."It just moved slightly back and it was like, 'OK, he is coming closer,' and backed up a little but it didn't react too much and I wanted to give it space, too."I just thought my turtles [were] in that tank and just ended up dying." Her next-door neighbour phoned her Sunday night and told her to come over right away, Hrechka said. She said she has no idea if her second turtle, April O'Neil, is alive in the rubble or if it died in the blaze. She's my girl." There were five people living in the building, Hrechka said. She thanked Flin Flon residents for offering to help.
"There was caked-on debris and burnt stuff, but his shell wasn't burnt. Flin Flon fire Chief Chad Cooper said he was surprised to learn the turtle made it out alive.
As a daily runner, Minler said the city has treated him to some amazing sights of nature, from the little goslings to great horned owls.
But when he spotted the turtle he knew he needed some photographic proof.
Why am I so sure that THIS recipe is the one you gotta veganize? And not in the cool sense of the word that “Matilda: The Musical” plays on in the song “Revolting Children” (meaning the children are starting to fight back) (actually, the authentic Mock Turtle Soup probably would fight back . It often uses brains and organ meats such as calf’s head or a calf’s foot to duplicate the texture and flavour of the original’s turtle meat. Also, I added kidney beans, because the original calls for organ meats.
But for this soup, I’ve done a veritable public service providing a mock version of Mock Turtle Soup. ); I mean it in the sense that it would make you vomit: Mock turtle soup is an English soup that was created in the mid-18th century as a cheaper imitation of green turtle soup. I know a lot of vegans compare the texture of homemade seitan to brains (with what authority, I don’t know), but crumbled tempeh just looks the part so much more.